About the University
The University of Bradford has over 50 years experience of academic excellence and continue to grow their international reputation, course provision and research impact. Located in the heart of the stunning county of Yorkshire, in the North of England, students benefit from their dynamic surroundings being close both to the bustling centres of Leeds, Manchester and York, as well as the stunning scenery of the countryside.
They've been awarded the Good University Guide 2020's University of the Year for Social Inclusion by the Times and Sunday Times and are 4th in the UK for Chemical Engineering in the Guardian University League Table 2020. Students can be assured of great post-graduation prospects too with 94% of Bradford’s graduates going into work or further study within six months of graduation (HESA 2017). They also offer a scholarship for all self-funded Indian students of up to £5000.
Times Higher Education Rankings
Guardian Academic Rankings
The Green is a £40 million purpose-built student accommodation village. It was specifically designed for eco-friendly living and has the highest ever sustainability rating for any building.
Home to apartments with six en-suite bedrooms, a shared kitchen and dining area and living space, The Green is a close-knit community.
A recent £84 million redevelopment of the university campus ensured Bradford was awarded Fairtrade University status in 2006. The university prides itself on its environmental work.
Students have access to state-of-the-art computer facilities, recently refurbished specialist laboratories, as well as an art gallery, theatre and music centre.
The University of Bradford has an active and diverse Students' Union. The Union is run by an annually elected council and manages a range of societies, clubs as well as advice services.
The university radio station, Ramair, is one of the UK's longest running student radio stations.
Bradford is an vibrant international city and home to independent shops, cafes, bars and is only a short commute to the northern metropolis of Leeds.
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